2022-10-05 - Corning India

Corning India Opens Wireless Software Development Center of Excellence

Corning India has opened a wireless software development center of excellence to accelerate wireless network adoption in India.

2022-10-04 - HFCL Ltd

HFCL Launches 5G Lab-as-a-Service

The 5G Lab provides a sandbox for rapid prototyping of 5G use cases addressing the needs of industry segments such as manufacturing and transportation.

- pSemi Corp.

pSemi 5G mmWave Switch Reaches Volume Production

pSemi's new SP4T switch, targeted for wideband and high frequency applications up to 67GHz, is now ready for mass production.

2022-10-03 - Anokiwave Inc.

Anokiwave Targets India’s 26GHz 5G Network Build-out

Anokiwave has extended its latest generation of 5G ICs to address the needs of the newly auctioned 26GHz 5G band in India.

2022-09-30 - Silicon Labs

Silicon Labs Expands Presence in India with New Office in Hyderabad

With its expansion in Hyderabad, Silicon Labs can continue to grow its talented team developing cutting-edge IoT wireless products and solutions.

2022-09-29 - Tessolve

Tessolve Strengthens Capabilities in NFC Technology

Tessolve has strengthened its work in the field of NFC by adding automation process assistance for NFC tags, barcode scanning, and QR Code scan testing for OEMs/device vendors.

2022-09-26 - Rohde & Schwarz

Rohde & Schwarz Extends Signal, Spectrum Analyzer Frequencies to 50GHz

Rohde & Schwarz has extended the frequency range of its R&S FSV3050 and R&S FSVA3050 signal and spectrum analyzer families to 50GHz.

2022-09-22 - Silicon Labs

Silicon Labs Ushers In the Future of IoT

Silicon Labs is extending its multiprotocol-supporting and interoperability-driven portfolio to advance the innovations and trends shaping IoT.

2022-09-19 - Quectel Wireless Solutions

Quectel IoT Modules, Antennas and Services Aimed at India’s 5G Rollout

Quectel has a wide range of 5G modules and antennas to support India's 5G rollout.

2022-09-07 - India Cellular and Electronics Association

ICEA: Digital Radio Tech Can Double Broadcast Sector Revenue in 5 Years

The adoption of digital radio technology will help the broadcast sector double their revenues within five years to INR123 billion.